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Post Data Scientist (Missouri #49914)

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Our client seeks a professional with 3-5+ years of quantitative analysis experience in data science, in addition, a Master’s Degree is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate has knowledge of data mining, predictive modeling, machine learning, statistical modeling, data acquisition and so on. Furthermore, skills in Oracle, DB2, Teradata, SQL and SAP is required. (#49914)

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